Thanks from Bali
8 Things to Do in Bali When You Are Traveling with Kids
Monday, September 19, 2016

Traveling to Bali with kids? Don't know where to go? Yes, you are in right place. We really love to see if Dad and Mom bring their kids to have holiday in Bali instead of they have their couple trip. Don’t stay by the pool only, your kids need to do some awesome activities for them before going back schools. Here we have arranged some awesome family activities to get them excited.

Check this out!

1. A Whole Day Play Games at Waterbom Bali.

Waterbom Bali Img 1

Photo credit : Waterbom Bali

We know that kids can get pretty cranky in the Bali heat, so cool them off with a day at this incredible waterpark. Not just another mediocre waterpark – Waterbom Bali is the waterpark number one in Asia and number 3 in the world! With 22 rides and attractions available, including a swimming pool with a swim up bar, whether you want to relax, eat and drink, or go absolutely crazy on all the fantastic rides, then Waterbom Bali has it all. When you are in Waterbom Bali, make sure to check out the lazy river! In the baking afternoon heat, there is nothing better than floating through the gorgeous park and enjoying the cool refreshing water the perfect opportunity to relax after all those heart stopping rides!


2. Finding Nemo - Bali Sea Walker

Bali Seawalking 1

Photo credit : Prema Bali Adventure

Finding nemo in Bali? We are not dreaming!

Well, there will be no miracles today, no one is walking on water! Instead, you are going to walk under it. Even the non-swimmers in the family can enjoy this underwater discovery. It does not get better than this, getting up close and personal with the fish and stunning aquatic life you won’t even get your hair wet. Prepare to be amazed as you put on your special helmets and descend down the steps into the aquatic paradise. You can hand feed the fish (how fun!), or just watch as they swim around the unbelievably gorgeous live coral formations. Our favorite bit? You get to look like an Astronaut in the cool space age helmets. The kids will be so excited about showing these photos off when they get back to school!


3. Bali Trick Art 3D Museum

Bali Trick Art 3D 1

Photo Credit : Bali Trick Art

Looking for something other than a beach? Go to Bali 3D Trick Art Gallery.

Here you can find up to 80 trick art paintings include classic, animal, cultural themes and many more. The kids will love taking photos of you being chased by a dinosaur or squirted by an elephant. There are plenty of family-friendly backgrounds too, where you can all ride a horse together or recline in a cart. Your little Picassos can choose their background pictures and get creative with their poses. There is free WI-FI available so you can send the grandparents a photo straight away. This gallery not only guarantees hours of family fun but also the best holiday photos making it the perfect time to get snap-happy!


4. Devdan Show (Treasure of Indonesia archipelago)

Devdan Show Nusa Dua 1

Photo Credit : Bali Nusa Dua Theater

Are you into a theatrical show with a wonderful choreography, amazing story and setting? Then you should try the “Devdan Show” package.

The word DEVDAN comes from Sanskrit 'Deva' and 'Dhana', meaning "God's Grace". The Indonesia's treasures are God's gifts for Indonesian people.The DEVDAN story begins when two young children who are parts of a tourist group in Bali feel bored with the tour itinerary and set themselves apart from the group to climb toward a cliff that has grabbed their attention. They find a treasure chest containing various unique items that will bring them, and the audience, in an amazing journey to witness the treasure of Indonesia.


5. Bali Safari and Marine Park (Home hundreds of amazing animals)

Bali Safari and Marine Park 1

Photo Credit : Bali Safari and Marine Park

Going to Bali Safari and Marine Park will be your perfect choice for your kids. Home hundreds of amazing animals representing more than 50 species, some rare and endangered species. When the Balinese cultural atmosphere with the African savannah, Bali Safari and Marine Park features the exhibitions followed Sumatran elephant, Sumatran tiger, white tiger, leopards, cheetahs and Komodo dragon are a few of the fascinating creatures that can be seen at Bali Safari and marine Park. Its mission of conservation, education and entertainment with one of our elephants attractive exhibition dedicated to the animals involved in conservation projects and education and excitement of driving a lot more with the elephant back safari to elephant around and get to see the African savannah near your pet's favorite! Meeting in animals have in Bali and the main attraction of the Marine Park Bali Safari adventure and family.


6. Cooking Class (Introducing Balinese cuisines)

Bali Cooking Class 1

Photo Credit : Payuk Bali Cooking Class

Have you ever thought to life like Balinese and experience about how Balinese people are doing every day for Cooking?  Well, Cooking classes in Bali is a must to do when you are holiday with your kids. Not only do they allow you to learn how to cook and eat great Balinese dishes but they also involve a local market tour where you will discover all the local produce and varieties of fresh tropical fruits, vegetables, sea creatures, meats, poultry and aromatic exotic spices. It’s a journey for the senses. Not a full-fledged Master Chef? It does help if you like to cook but you don’t need to have any particular cooking knowledge or set of skills to enjoy one of these classes. It’s a great introduction to Balinese and Indonesian cuisine, getting to cook and taste some of Bali’s best dishes. You will leave with full stomachs, some exciting Balinese recipes to try out at home (a great way to extend your Bali holiday), a better knowledge of Bali’s food culture and the way of life of the Balinese people. And it’s also a great way to meet people and enjoy your day together. And that is what really makes a Balinese cooking class a truly memorable experience.


7. Pirates Bay Nusa Dua (Being pirates a day)

Pirates Bay Nusa Dua 1

Photo Credit : Pirates Bay Nusa Dua

Have your kids always wanted to be pirates? At The Pirates Bay, your kids can get the experience to be one. Build upon the friendliest white sand of Nusa Dua Beach, The Pirates Bay is creatively set up with wooden tree houses that make use of the existing beach trees, where your kiddos can freely climb up to the bamboo decks and enjoy high views over the bay. Their authentic-looking pirate ship will definitely make solid impression to your little ones. Various kids’ activities are wrapped up nicely in pirate touch, which include kite flying, rope walks, zip lines, and the hanging bridge course. Register your kids for two-hour treasure hunt activity and get them suited up in pirate gear. At the end of the hunt, the group winner will receive a wooden chest filled with gold coins. Such a once-in-a-lifetime experience of being a pirate for a day. As for you, parents, you’ll be able to go for a quick swim at the beach or satisfy your taste buds with the special dishes served on the table, while listening to your child’s euphoric laughter. Don’t be surprise that at the end of the day your little fella will greet you “Ahoy, Mum and Dad!”


8. Ubud Monkey Forest (Meet cheeky monkeys)

Ubud Monkey Forest 1

Photo Credit : Mikhail Perfilov

Now if you are thinking that your cheeky little monkeys are a handful, just wait until you see these critters. The most entertaining/terrifying part of your visit will be watching greedy monkeys jumping on people who have smuggled in some food. Remember that monkeys are wild animals, and while all the monkeys in Monkey forest are frequently screened for diseases such as rabies, a bite can ruin your holiday and this incredible experience. In Bali, monkeys have considerable cultural significance, and in Balinese Hinduism they are thought to embody both positive and negative forces. As such, the Balinese both love and hate them. In any event, these monkeys are well-loved and protected.


**What are you waiting for? Book your flight to Bali and plan your trip with


Boat Explosion minutes after it left Bali for Lombok
Thursday, September 15, 2016

Source :

An explosion on a ferry carrying 35 tourists between the Indonesian resort islands of Bali and Lombok on Thursday (Sep 15) killed two people, an Indonesian and a Dutch national, and injured 13, police said."Two of them died, 13 were injured," Bali police spokesman Made Sudana said, adding the explosion happened off the coast of Lombok.

"It seems there was some sort of explosion on the boat, so there was an emergency with the engine." Tourists on board included Australian, Korean, British, French, and German citizens, according to media. Bali and neighbouring Lombok are two of Indonesia's most popular holiday destinations.

It was not immediately clear what caused the explosion on the speedboat and police said the bomb squad had been deployed to investigate. However Indonesia has a poor maritime safety record and there have been similar incidents in the past where no foul play was detected.

Authorities said the woman killed on the boat, which was heading for the nearby holiday island of Gili Trawangan, was a foreigner but that they were verifying her identity before releasing more details.


"Based on the testimony (from passengers) and from what I saw on the scene, the explosion came from the fuel tank," local police chief Sugeng Sudarso said. "Above it was a battery, maybe there was a short circuit that affected the fuel tank."

The Indonesian archipelago of more than 17,000 islands is heavily dependent on ferry services but the industry has a poor safety record and fatal accidents are common.Last year, dozens of tourists were injured when small explosions hit a ferry crossing between Bali and the neighbouring holiday island of Lombok.

The explosions were an accident and thought to have come from the fuel tank of the ferry, which was carrying 129 passengers, most of them tourists. However fears have also been growing in Indonesia that radicals who have headed to fight with the Islamic State (IS) group in the Middle East could encourage supporters back home to launch attacks, or may launch attacks themselves on their return.

In January, a gun and suicide bomb attack claimed by IS in the capital Jakarta left four attackers and four civilians dead. Bali has been attacked by Islamic radicals before. In 2002, more than 200 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed in bombings on the island.A pocket of Hinduism in Muslim-majority Indonesia, Bali attracts millions of foreign visitors every year due to its palm-fringed, tropical beaches and picture-postcard temples.

best regard,

Besakih Temple entrance Fee and Tips
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Besakih temple Tips

besakih temple tips2

Have you ever hear about besakih temple or might you have plan to visit this amazing temple, hoping this short guide article could help to explore besakih temple. Besakih temple is the mother of all temples in Bali Island,located on the slope on mount Agung as the location is on the height approx. 900 Meter above sea level, from the top of the temple you can see spectaculer nature panoramic view until to the ocean. Mount Agung also known for the highest mountain and sacred mountain on Bali island

Thing To do in Besakih temple

Besakih temple is the mother of the all temples in Bali island, besakih temple is complex or compounds temples, there is 18 Separate sanctuaries and there are three main temple such as Penataran Agung Temple dedicated to almighty god (3 main function of the god), Kiduling kreteg temple, dedicated to Brahma and Batumadeg Temple for Wisnu. Recommeded Temple to Visit, Bali Agung Tour Version as below:
1. Visit Pura Gelap Temple, this known for beautiful temple with amazing view due to location on highest location
2. Visit Batumadeg Temple, another beautiful temple on the compounds
3. Visit Penataran Agung temple, the centre of the all compunds

Tips Visitng temple

Some review said visiting this temple is scam, horrible and many negative review, but if you know how to overcome, this  could become your higlight of all of your bali trips, here are some tips for you
1. Bring your own sarung as the entrance fee is not included sarung like other temple offer
2. Bring small change in case you need going to toilet, there will be IDR 2000 usage for toilet there
3. Going there is recommeded with driver plus license guide, so you dont need to hire local guide there 
4. If you have plan to explore this amazing temple, you can use service for fast response WA +6281338667808, we will provide you with sarung, mineral water and also license guide for entire trip with good us today !

Entrance Fee and Enjoy your visit to this temple

See the entrance fee ticket attached below, hoping you have a great time at this temple, if you have other information in detail or other inquiries dont hesitate to contact us at will very happy to response it asap, Cheers! 

new update for Besakih temple entrance ticket 2017 <---- Click here !

Besakih temple fee